Christopher Dacanay Sports Editor Kimberly “Kimmy” McDaniels describes herself as an “outdoors kind of girl.” Hailing from sun-scorched Tucson, Arizona, McDaniels is an athlete through and through. She also enjoys
Christopher Dacanay Sports Editor After being the sports editor for the Troubadour for a full year, I’ve noticed a common statement that student-athletes like to throw around during their interviews.
Christopher Dacanay Sports Editor The Lady Barons lacrosse team secured a 17-8 win against the Chatham University Cougars at the season’s last home game at 4 p.m. Saturday for Senior
Christopher Dacanay Sports Editor The Franciscan University men’s lacrosse team lost 17-10 against the Chatham University Cougars at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Both teams vied for supremacy on the turf during
Christopher Dacanay Sports Editor Think of the best coach you’ve ever had. How did he or she act? Was his or her coaching characterized by integrity, leadership, patience and kindness?
Grace Murphy Social Media Manager The Franciscan University of Steubenville women’s lacrosse team lost to the Thiel College Tomcats 10-8 at its 1 p.m. home game Saturday amid rain, hail
Grace Murphy Social Media Manager The Franciscan University men’s lacrosse team was defeated 15-4 by the Washington and Jefferson College Presidents at a 4 p.m. home game Saturday. Washington and
Christopher Dacanay Sports Editor The Franciscan University of Steubenville baseball team took a devastating 21-7 loss against the Pennsylvania State University-Behrend Lions Thursday at 4 p.m. The game at Vaccaro
Christopher Dacanay Sports Editor Wrangling with hot, Southern weather, the men’s and women’s tennis teams traveled to Florida and competed in non-conference matches during spring break March 12-19. The Franciscan
Photo by Elizabeth Wagner Christopher Dacanay Sports Editor While other students were relaxing over spring break, the Baron baseball team traveled to the warm climate of Fort Pierce, Florida, to